Prescription onlyClass: Musculoskeletal

Prolia Reviews

(denosumab)

Prescription onlyClass: Musculoskeletal
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Reviews of Prolia (denosumab)

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33%
think this method is worth it
40%
think this method works well
27%
think this method is a hassle
  • That there is nothing you can do to get it out of your system. Side effects for six months is unacceptable. And the side effects are not worth what the drug is supposed to do. I wish I had known and the doctor had been more forthcoming
    55
    Woman
    A few months
  • I had an allergic reaction to this medication, my face, eyes, lips, and nose swelled up. Had flare-ups throughout the entire 6 months. I had to seek emergency care due to the reactions.
    64
    Woman
  • extreme joint pain can be a result; also, made me feel 100 years old!
    74
    Woman
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  • I have been taking Prolia injections every 6 months for 2 years. I had bone pain after my first injection, and occasionally have bone pain. My bone scans have shown a 12% improvement in the first 18 months of osteoporosis in my back and my hips about 6 %... The downside is I cannot ride a bike anymore and have to be careful about falling. I feel fine overall, and have always tried to be fit.
    71
    Woman
    Osteoporosis
  • Been on med for a year and the 1 year bone density showed an increase in bone mass. 1st injection got deathly sick with severe pain in neck muscles and in turn made me sick to my stomach. Lasted 3 days. The last 2 injections less side effects but do notice some muscle pain.
    69
    Woman
    Postmenopausal osteoporosis
  • All the horrible side effects
    69
    Woman
    Osteoporosis
  • Apparently, some doctors are not able to procure the drug so that the patient may have it injected at at the doctor's office. I had to pick it up at the pharmacy and refrigerate it until I could take it to the doctor's office or find someone else to administer it. (Doing it myself not an option.)
    68
    Woman
    Postmenopausal osteoporosis